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... or Google, not even to Krusty the Clown. They belong to 20th Century Fox, because they paid real money to Matt Groening and the other creative people who created The Simpsons for them. This isn't a civil liberties issue or a privacy issue. It's a ... Comment?
In a HIGHlariously awesome coincidence, a British man named Barton "Bart" Simpson recently appeared in court, and as if the scenario was drawn up by Matt Groening himself, the judge's name was Recorder Burns ! Apparently, the trouble maker in question pleaded not guilty for the charge of attempting to bring a prohibited firearm onto an airplane, ... (more) Comment?
... on Sunday (17Mar13). The 57-year-old writer and producer, who devised the hugely popular cartoon with Matt Groening and James L. Brooks, was told by doctors he has colon cancer last year (12), but reveals the potentially deadly disease has spread to ... Comment?
... he was diagnosed with cancer. The 57-year-old writer and producer, who devised the hugely popular cartoon with Matt Groening and James L. Brooks, was told by doctors he has colon cancer last year, but reveals the potentially deadly disease has ... Comment?
The 57-year-old writer and producer, who devised the hugely popular cartoon with Matt Groening and James L. Brooks, was told by doctors he has colon cancer last year , but reveals the potentially deadly disease has spread to other vital organs. Comment?
... attached to it. While the group's dedication paid off, THR reports , in a recent interview with series creator Matt Groening, that it took four years to create an epic Simpsons adventure for the big screen. "It killed us," Groening told the website. ... Comment?
Matt Groening, creator of Fox's "The Simpsons," had bad news over the weekend for "Simpsons" fans who are holding out hope for another feature film based on the cartoon series. Comment?
Matt Groening attends the 37th Annual UCLA Entertainment Symposium at the Freud Playhouse on March 9th, 2013 in Westwood, California. Comment?
... which made many wonder if there would be a sequel coming down the road. However, if series creator Matt Groening and producer David Silverman have anything to say about it, a sequel is a long, long ways off. Speaking at UCLA's annual entertainment ... Comment?
'The Simpsons' creator Matt Groening says any sequel to 'The Simpsons Movie' is a long way off, because the 2007 hit was so grueling to make. Comment?
"The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening says that we shouldn't expect a sequel anytime soon to the 2007 film based on the long-running series. Comment?
... on the silver screen again any time soon. Saying that the first feature film "killed us," series creator Matt Groening says the follow-up isn't a priority for the creative team at this time. "It took us four years [to make] and it killed us," ... Comment?
... awhile. The Hollywood Reporter were at the UCLA Entertainment Symposium on March 8, where Simpsons creator Matt Groening and producer-director David Silverman were keynote speakers at a Q&A. From what both men have to say, a sequel to The Simpsons ... Comment?
... on 03.10.2013 Maybe in another 10 or 15 years though... The Hollywood Reporter spoke with The Simpsons creator Matt Groening who has reportedly ruled out making another sequel to The Simpsons Movie in the near future. The Simpsons Movie was released ... Comment?
Matt Groening has ruled out making a sequel to The Simpsons Movie in the near future. Comment?
... far more valuable: their sanity. At the recent UCLA Annual Entertainment Symposium, the series creator Matt Groening discussed the possibility that there would be a second Simpsons movie anytime soon. At the symposium, Groening was quick to shoot ... Comment?
The 2007 blockbuster "killed us," Groening said at UCLA's annual entertainment symposium, and a follow-up isn't a priority Fans of The Simpsons will have to wait a long time for a sequel to the 2007 theatrical movie, according to series creator Matt Groening . Comment?
Before "The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening sent Homer on a 23 year, 500-plus episode odyssey of "d'oh!" on FOX, he had another high profile employer: Apple. Comment?
... the fragmentation of open-source platform. By my count that leaves just a single Linux user . Simpsons creator Matt Groening once illustrated a brochure for Apple entitled "Who Needs a Computer Anyway?: A Student's Guide." The answer, of course, was ... Comment?
... Akbar 'n' Jeff's Communications Hut." Website Boing Boing has a quote from former Apple employee Jeff Miller: "Matt Groening did this poster in 1988 for the the networking and communications group at Apple in exchange for a LaserWriter, if you can ... Comment?